Boosie is again in hot water over his concert at the State Farm arena earlier this month. The rapper’s real name Torrence Hatch Jr. and a few members of his crew were arrested after an on-stage fight broke out.
Now, the rapper is on the hook for vandalism from the same night of the incident. He and his crew are accused of vandalizing State Farm arena property while exiting the stage.
Booked & Released
The rapper was booked, charged, and released on criminal damage to property, disorderly conduct, criminal trespassing, and inciting a riot. He was arrested on Oct. 11 and spent the night and was released early on Oct. 12. He signed his own bond, of course.
Because of the arrests and the allegations against him, the rapper was taken off the Legendz of the Streetz tour. He tweeted out, “BALTIMORE IM N DA CITY BEEN HERE SINCE 10am THEY NOT LETTING ME PERFORM AT THE ARENA BUT I WILL BE AT THE AFTERPARTY Lit?” It is unclear when he is due in court as of right now.
Boosie Badazz For A Reason
The father of 8 is no stranger to trouble, it was only a few years ago the “Wipe Me Down” rapper was arrested alongside ex-NFL player Antonio Allen for possession of drugs and firearms. Boosie’s badass lifestyle is not just for show.
He recently released his autobiography called My Struggle and it reveals some tough times that he endured growing up and, explains his affinity for street life, it is all he knows.
The Fight That Started It All
While the 38-year-old was performing, allegedly someone from the DJ booth was throwing bottles on the stage. Boosie would have been okay, but he apparently joined in the fight helping out his crew.
5K FOR VIDEO OF STAGE DUDE (the one that’s ducking) SNEAKING MY BOYS WITH A GUN N CONCERT dm @Aericasmostwantedig r email firstname.lastname@example.org pic.twitter.com/ibLdDRaxkf
— Boosie BadAzz (@BOOSIEOFFICIAL) October 9, 2021
He was wearing white pants so… there is supposedly no way he could have been mistaken. The venue was forced to stop the event and ultimately end it for the rest of the night. When police arrived, no injuries were reported at the event and everyone was free to go.
Unfortunately, after an investigation, the police issued a statement accusing “Set It Off” rapper and his pals of damaging property from his own production company and now State Farm arena’s property.
What Are The Consequences
So far, we know that Boosie has put the money up for his own bond. He has also asked his Twitter followers to help him identify the man who actually added fuel to the brawl. A man who supposedly ran up on Boosie and his crew with a gun during the altercation, forcing them to go harder in the fight.
“5K FOR VIDEO OF STAGE DUDE SNEAKING MY BOYS WITH A GUN N CONCERT,” the rapper pointed out a man ducking in a cap, which could be anybody in that crowd. Regardless, the rapper seems unphased by the whole ordeal and is more concerned with looking for the cap guy and being annoyed that he is no longer on tour.